OGAE Second chance contest running order

by Stella Floras 2,765 views

This year's OGAE Second Chance contest is hosted by Sweden after Mans Zelmerlow won last year with Cara mia. Twenty one countries participate this year and the running order has been decided.

Twenty one OGAE clubs participate this year in the Second Chance contest as well as eight guest juries from :Andorra, Austria, France, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Rest of the World.

The contest's running order is as follows:

01 Malta Claudia Faniello- Caravaggio
02 Israel Boaz Mauda & Oshrat Papin- Parparim
03 Russia– Sergey Lazarev- Flyer
04 Estonia Rolf Junior- One on one
05 Belgium Sandrine- I feel the same way
06 Fyr Macedonia Risto Samardziev- Dojdi do mene
07 Poland Man Meadow –Viva la musica
08 Finland Mikael Konttinen- Milloin
09 Germany Carolin Fortenbacher- Hinter'm ocean
10 Denmark Kendra Lou- Until we're satisfied
11 Greece Kostas Martakis- Always and forever
12 Serbia– Beauty Queens- Zavet
13 Croatia Emilija Kokić- Andeo
14 Lithuania Aiste Pilvelyte- Troy on fire
15 Ireland Leona Daly- Not crazy after all
16 United Kingdom The Revelations- It's you
17 Portugal Lisboa Nao Sejas Francesa- Porto de encontro
18 Sweden Sanna Nielsen- Empty room
19 Norway Veronica Akselsen- Am I supposed to love again
20 Slovenia Brigita Šuler- Samara
21 Spain Coral – Todo está en tu mente

In the OGAE Second Chance contest, local clubs send their choice of one song that participated in their country's televised national final for the Eurovision Song Contest and did not make it. Guest juries come from countries whose broadcasters did not hold a national final for the contest.

You can listen to all the songs taking part this year, here.

OGAE Second Chance running order

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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